Tattletale (Book 4 of "The Angel Falls Library Files")

Adult Taboo Erotica
In this fourth entry, Paige and Natalie start to think of themselves as sisters. And sisters always get each other in trouble! Paige reveals Natalie's indiscretions to her father, leading to well-deserved (and desired) spankings, as well as other forms of 'punishment.' Natalie pretends to be angry, but the results of being told on by her “bratty little sister” actually arouses her beyond belief. More

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About Forrest Young

I am a male in my mid 50's, happily married and living in the heartland of the United States. I have always held alternative views, especially when it comes to sexuality and relationships. While married to my first wife, I was heavily involved in the swinging and polyamory communities, as well as indulgent in fantasy role play that fell deeply outside the norm. Under my pseudonym Forrest Young, I take the plunge into erotic storytelling that focuses on the taboo and forbidden while attempting to open up the mind to different ways of thinking. My stories attempt to challenge beliefs and shatter the walls of social acceptability, focusing on characters and situations that stimulate the mind as well as the libido. These stories are all purely fictional, and are dedicated to the memory of my first wife. She was the inspiration for my deliciously decadent imagination.

About the Series: The Angel Falls Library Files
Paige Turner is the keeper of The Angel Falls Library Files, a journal of incestuous secrets. These entries focus on Paige's own sexual awakening, guided by the loving hand of her father and the watchful eye of her mother. Together, all three try to navigate through the forbidden intimacies that begin to form, paving the way toward further exploration of taboo desires that simmer in each.

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